Posts from April 2021

A director of a company is categorised officially as an officeholder and does not automatically qualify as an employee. If an individual is the only director of a limited company and manages the business himself, they may not qualify as an employee. 
As per the Employment Rights Act 1996, Section 230 an employee is an individual that works under or has entered an employment contract. As a norm, directors do not sign any employment contract although they may have a service contract. This is practically the same and offers an individual employment status. 
Liquidation of a company involves an appointed liquidator closing a company while it still has assets that have to be distributed amongst the creditors. When a company has formally been dissolved the name of the company is removed from the Companies House register as it becomes inactive and non-compliant to the regulations such as filing statutory documents. 
There could be a variety of reasons to want to trace someone in the UK ranging from legal to personal. One needs to be aware of what the legal requirements are to be able to find a person and the options that can be used. If the Government and legal requirements are not adhered to correctly then you could face legal action being made against you. 
Understanding a Company Registration Number (CRN) 
All UK registered companies and business have a unique company registration number that identifies them. There is no clarity about whether invoices generated by a company should feature the company registration number but they have to show their VAT registration number if applicable. It is generally referred to in its abbreviated form ‘CRN’ and occasionally termed as Companies House number. 
You will find your CRN on your certificate of incorporation and it will also be on any official documentation you receive from Companies House. Your CRN is also visible to the public and can be found on the public register of companies, which you can access online via Companies House. 
A brief overview of the role and responsibilities of a director. 
The director(s) are given charge of a company to manage it where they are entitled to make all the operational and strategic decisions whilst ensuring the company fulfils its statutory duties and obligations. The directors chair meetings of the company where management-related decisions are to be made. In short, they are elected by shareholders to take care of the daily business of the company. 
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